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Runs about half size small.Overall Great Shoe.....
I usually race in the Lunaracer +3 but I gave the LunarTempos a go in the Boston Marathon, last month. LOVED the ride in the Lunartempos even through wind, rain and the Newton Hills. Lots of mide-sole cushioning for a comfortable experience from beginning to end. They are very light and have a minimal offset so I felt I was still in a racer. I will now use the Lunaracer +3 for my half-marathons and using the Lunartempos for 26.2 and beyond. Great addition to the neutral line up!
Ik heb Vomeros, Pegasus, zoom air's gehad en deze schoen is wel het snelste kapot.. 700 km. Zool bij de hak slijt super snel en scheurt. Daarnaast knappen de koortjes waardoor de veters gaan. Wel een PR op de marathon mee gelopen ;)
These shoes were extremely light weight, breathable, and very comfortable, but I was unable to get the right fit after ordering 2 different pairs online. I would recommend ordering a full size up. These could be and excellent distance running shoe for someone looking for minimal weight and good cushion but those perks are at the cost of overall support.
I have been running in Free's over the past 5 years alternating with Lunarglides for my 12+ mile runs. The Free's gave me the light weight and responsive speed that I needed for my short runs and the "heavy" Lunarglides gave me support to prevent injury. I switched to the Tempo's hoping I could get everything I needed out of one shoe. I've been using these for a month and have only put about 50 miles on them. They are light and fast but I find the sole to be too soft for my faster pace. I've run a few 4-mile races with great times but the sole would cause arch pain from me digging in during my push. Even walking in these for a full day has caused the same foot pain. I'm now switching to the Pegasus which gives a bit more structure. All-in-all I would still say this is a good shoe but a firmer sole at the toe would make it great (for me).